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Office romances may strike fear into the heart of HR but one Canadian company is tapping into the idea for an entirely different reason.
One employer’s attempt to create a people-first philosophy ended up in labour arbitration after workers voiced their concerns.
The organization announced yesterday it would be letting go around four per cent of its workforce, an estimated 200 people.
One leader has received worldwide recognition for his outside-of-box approach to training an employee with autism.
One leading employment lawyer says HR professionals should be wary of a potential loophole that certain workers could use.
Despite posting record profits, the Canadian institution plans to axe yet more jobs in 2016.
A European airline is facing backlash after it was revealed bosses had begun charging candidates €60 ($100) to attend an interview.
At first glance, it seems one region is finally tackling the glaring workplace inequality – but on closer inspection, maybe not.
The British spy agency has received recognition for being the nation’s most welcoming employer towards lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people.
A global survey is shedding some light on the troubles burdening top business leaders and it seems HR problems are top of the pile.